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First Friday Experience - Shared screen with speaker view
Dr. Carol Weideman
11:58
MyCourses please
Therezita Ortiz (she/her/ella)
12:01
Module
"Kimberly" R. Williams
12:03
Teams
Therezita Ortiz (she/her/ella)
12:16
Module - MyCourses
Dr. Carol Weideman
12:35
thank you!!!
"Kimberly" R. Williams
18:30
Thank you for sharing the student view.
Therezita Ortiz (she/her/ella)
22:22
LOL
"Kimberly" R. Williams
22:43
I just want to make sure I do not get it wrong. lol
"Kimberly" R. Williams
26:27
The indicator addresses AS even if I do not have a student in the course?
Dr. Janice Thiel (she/her)
29:08
Carol - Was that a Word document?
Dr. Carol Weideman
29:21
pdf files
Dr. Janice Thiel (she/her)
29:39
Can you email me one example that's being flagged red?
Dr. Janice Thiel (she/her)
30:34
If you have it in Word version, that'd be good, too.
Dr. Carol Weideman
33:44
Janice: will do after this session
Dr. Janice Thiel (she/her)
35:26
Kimberly - Regarding standard courses, if you find something problematic, you can notify the Course Coordinator, and if they need help, they can circle back to the ID-Specialist who helped build the course for assistance :-)
Therezita Ortiz (she/her/ella)
39:03
Thanks, the invite didn't specify. The reason I was asking.
"Kimberly" R. Williams
39:08
Thank you Dr. Thiel!
"Kimberly" R. Williams
42:41
Super intelligent system.
Dr. Sharon Williams
43:17
This is great information! Thanks!
J Elizabeth NeSmith
53:58
Equal Access
J Elizabeth NeSmith
54:58
Is there a format that is accessible that can be provided to faculty?
Rachel Bennett
57:38
There is not a universal file - it is a practice to add these tags in your process of creating content.
Dr. Carol Weideman
01:03:14
for the tables in word, are those tags added automatically or do we need to add them?
Dr. Janice Thiel (she/her)
01:04:28
Carol - You add them. If open Word, and run the accessibility report, it will point out exactly where. You select the table, and it's a couple clicks to get to the area to add alt text for the table, and define the header row.
Vicki Westergard
01:12:00
Fried-Day!
Dr. Sharon Williams
01:12:11
THANK YOU!
"Kimberly" R. Williams
01:12:42
Great idea!
Dr. Carol Weideman
01:12:46
That's a good approach - next time
Therezita Ortiz (she/her/ella)
01:13:19
yes
Dr. Carol Weideman
01:14:04
this was very very helpful!
"Kimberly" R. Williams
01:18:15
OCR? Please restate the meaning... thank yu=ou
George Lloyd
01:20:18
Also do a "spell check" after OCR for reliability.
Dr. Carol Weideman
01:22:56
thank you. enjoy your weekend
Therezita Ortiz (she/her/ella)
01:22:59
Thank you!
George Lloyd
01:23:02
Thank you!